Our Team

Decatur Screenprint is a high-end, custom screenprinting company based in downtown Decatur, Georgia.  All screenprinting is done here in our shop in downtown Decatur on manual presses, using phthalate-free* inks and other eco-friendly and organic chemicals and supplies. We also offer document printing, embroidery, and custom button and badge production. We strive to support predominantly American-made products and socially-conscious companies that support their employees with excellent working conditions and we also promote recycled, organic, or sustainable fabrics and practices.  Recycling is also a big part of our own day-to-day practice, as we work to ensure that nearly everything that can be recycled is recycled, from boxes to printer paper to misprinted tees.  In fact, we often donate  misprinted shirts to charity or reuse them in the production process.

Since our first days of printing out of a garage, the effort evolved into what is today’s Decatur Screenprint – a company who offers full-service screenprinting and document production to our many clients in the Atlanta area, offers their own line of Decatur-based products in-store, stocks numerous local boutiques with their own wares, prints for many of Atlanta’s big brands, and also supplies apparel for many of the areas’ best festivals. Our staff includes a variety of folks – some with years of guerilla-style print experience and brand promotion, others with a more formal artistic background (including several Savannah College of Art & Design graduates in illustration, printmaking, and graphic design).  Most of our team is active in the Atlanta arts community and we work hard to support their own personal artistic efforts as well.

Decatur Screenprint has printed many, many thousands of shirts and continues to run a business with a focus on high-quality products, personalized customer service, and printing t-shirts the old fashioned way: by hand.

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*Phthalates are a chemical commonly used in plastic applications that has been shown to contribute to health issues in humans. Screenprinters still often use phthalate-containing inks in their production process.